Dell Android MID On AT&T In 2010?

Posted: Nov 17 2009, 10:47am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:33pm CDT, in News | Hot Gadgets

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AT&T customers are in an odd position. Their carrier has a host of issues in actually delivering the coverage it promises. But, at the same time, ATT users have access to some of the hottest mobile gadgets in the world. And, if Digitimes is correct, they're about to get one more.

A Chinese-language newspaper, the Commercial Times reported that Dell has outsourced all Mini 3 smartphone production to Foxconn. They've also decided to rely on Quisda for the production of their new MID line-up. We've heard rumors before of a Dell Android MID, and now it appears that the company is actually working on a series of such devices.

The first of these MIDs will hit in 2010 and, according to the paper, will be launched on AT&T's network. No new details about this device have leaked with the info about its carrier, but prior rumors suggested a 5" WVGA touchscreen, Android 2.0, and a 5 MP camera. We'll see exactly what Dell has planned in early 2010.

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